Release the Hommes! Celebrating KRIS VAN ASSCHE’S Ten Years at Dior Homme

Kris Van Assche is a romantic anti-hero. Despite countless headlines about “the death of tailoring,” he has remained true to the craft and its ability to forge a prototype of masculinity for the twenty-first century. Van Assche is building this new order in silence but he is not afraid to please.
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FRANK OCEAN: The Artist is Absent

For 032c Issue 33 “BERLIN KIDZ,” Coverstar Frank Ocean traveled to New Jersey’s Main Street with photographer Petra Collins and 032c's Mel Ottenberg, while Guardian’s Alex Needham payed homage to Ocean’s enigmatic lyrics in his essay “The Artist is Absent.” The epic story is online now.
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Cashmere Globalism: Revisiting EMPORIO ARMANI MAGAZINE 30 Years Later

In 1988, the year Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” was released and one year before the fall of the Berlin Wall, Giorgio Armani launched Emporio Armani Magazine. Leafing through its catalogue, a certain kind of aura still wafts from its pages, a pre-9/11 innocence wrapped in cashmere. After a 20-year hiatus, Armani rebooted the magazine last fall.
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How Do I Feel More? A Weekend With JORDAN WOLFSON

This winter, artist JORDAN WOLFSON opened up his psyche – and his upstate country home – for 032c. In conversation with executive editor Thom Bettridge for 032c Issue 33 Winter 2017/18, Wolfson discussed the Faustian bargains he made at Bikram yoga class and the virtual reality film that sent a wave of horror through the culture industry.
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TORBJØRN RØDLAND: How Powerful is a Face?

“How powerful is a face?” photographer Torbjørn Rødland asks when pressed about his newest book, The Model. Though comprised of pictures rather than poetry, his compilation very much mirrors Orpheus’s futile journey towards his immortality.
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